Clouds continue to hang tough across the region as the trough of low pressure sits overhead. Some clearing is visible to the southwest, but only a select few will see the sun before it sets. Temperatures are running chilly for those with clouds overhead and mild for those that are seeing a little clearing.
Clouds will clear some overnight for the Bluegrass and southern counties, but that doesn't mean we're in the clear. In fact, cirrus from the approaching storm system will arrive early tomorrow and block most of the sunshine through the day. Expect a hazy sunshine at first and then clouds thickening through the day. Rain will arrive in the early afternoon and then through the afternoon for those east of I-75. Showers will continue through the overnight and push further south through the day Friday. Northern counties may see some sunshine Friday afternoon as the front sags south. It will be short-lived as the next slow slides into the region. Rain will continue Friday night and into Saturday as the low slide through. Temperatures will cool through the day Friday and we will bottom out in the 40s this weekend. Rain wraps up Saturday night and we get the sunshine for everyone early week. Rain returns mid next week and looks to last into Thanksgiving.